Nottingham Trent University, Nottingham, UK
Dr Marianna Poberezhskaya is an Associate Professor in Politics and International Relations in the Department of Politics and International Relations at Nottingham Trent University. She received her PhD in Politics and IR from the University of Nottingham (2013) which was followed by a Postdoctoral Lecturing Fellowship at the University of East Anglia.
Marianna’s primary area of expertise is climate change policy and environmental communication in the post-Soviet space. She is particularly interested in the way the states are able to shape climate change discourse in the region. She is the author of a monograph, Communicating Climate Change in Russia: State and Propaganda (Routledge, 2016) and a co-editor of Climate Change Discourse in Russia (Routledge Focus, 2018). She is currently working on a project exploring climate change narratives in Central Asia.
List of Publications
Poberezhskaya, M. (2018) Traditional media and climate change in Russia: a case study of Izvestiia. In: M. Poberezhskaya and T. Ashe (eds.) Climate change discourse in Russia. Past and Present. Abingdon: Routledge.
Poberezhskaya, M. and Ashe. T. (eds.) (2018) Climate change discourse in Russia. Past and Present. Abingdon: Routledge.
Poberezhskaya, M. (2018) ‘Remembering and Securitizing Climate Change in Russian and British Media’, In: V. Strukov and V. Apryshсhеnko (eds.) Memory and Securitization in Contemporary Europe, Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan.
Poberezhskaya, M. (2017) ‘Blogging about Climate Change in Russia: Activism, Scepticism and Conspiracies’, Environmental Communication, DOI: 10.1080/17524032.2017.1308406
Poberezhskaya, M. (2017) ‘The European Union’s Influence over Media Discourse on Renewable Energy Sources in Russia’, in T. Hashimoto and M. Rhimes (eds.) Reviewing European Union Accession: Unexpected Results, Spillover Effects, and Externalities, Leiden: Brill.
Khrushcheva, O., & Poberezhskaya, M. (2016). The Arctic in the political discourse of Russian leaders: The national pride and economic ambitions. East European Politics, 32(4), 547.
Boussalis, C., Coan, T. & Poberezhskaya, M. (2016). Measuring and modeling Russian newspaper coverage of climate change. Global Environmental Change, 41, 99-110.
Poberezhskaya, M. (2016) Communicating Climate Change in Russia: state and propaganda, Abingdon: Routledge.
Poberezhskaya, M. (2015) ‘Media Coverage of Climate Change in Russia: governmental bias and climate silence’, Public Understanding of Science, 24(1): 96-111. – Impact Factor 1.932
Poberezhskaya, M. (2014) ‘Climate Change Communication in Russia and New Media’, Digital Icons: Studies in Russian, Eurasian and Central European New Media, 11: 37-50.
Ashe, T. and Poberezhskaya, M. (2015) ‘How the media spun the Paris climate agreement’, the Conversation, 16/12/2015, https://theconversation.com/how-the-media-spun-the-paris-climate-agreement-52331.
Poberezhskaya, M. (2015) ‘Russia: No longer in climate denial’, Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists, 2/12/2015
Poberezhskaya, M. (2015) ‘Why climate change is not on Russia’s agenda’, OpenDemocracy, 19/11/2015
Poberezhskaya, M. (2015) ‘Paris climate talks: Russia will use its huge forests as a bargaining chip’, the Conversation, 19/11/2015
Poberezhskaya, M. (2015) ‘La Russie va se servir de ses vastes forêts comme monnaie d’échange’, the Conversation, 27/11/2015
Poberezhskaya, M. (2015) ‘Russia’s climate turn’, Geographical, 17/07/2015
Poberezhskaya, M. (2014) ‘The Climate, ‘Pirates’ and Russia’s International Image’, Ballots and Bullets blog, 10 January 2014.
O’Hara, S., Humphrey, M., Jaspal, R., Nerlich, B. and Poberezhskaya, M. (2013) ‘Public Perception of Shale Gas Extraction in the UK: how people’s views are changing?’, University of Nottingham report, 21st March 2013.
Poberezhskaya, M. (2012) Book Review: ‘Laura A. Henry, Red to Green: Environmental Activism in Post-Soviet Russia,’ Political Studies Review, 10 (3).
O’Hara, S., Humphrey, M., Jaspal, R., Nerlich, B. and Poberezhskaya, M. (2012) ‘Shale Gas Extraction in the UK: what the people think,’ University of Nottingham report, 29th June 2012.
O’Hara, S., Humphrey, M. and Poberezhskaya, M. (2012) ‘Shale Gas and Fracking in the UK: What do the People Think?’ YouGov – Cambridge, 27th April 2012